Religion and Spirituality

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Does Prayer Really Heal?

Praying is the most basic act of devotion. People pray to God as a form of worship and communication. It has also been associated as a form of healing by many devout people. The effectiveness of prayer as a healing technique is a debatable issue since early times. When medical science made milestones in drugs … Continue reading

Pricasso – You Won’t Believe What This Man Does With His Penis

And I thought I was special when I created art with my ass!

Top Story: Declining Religious Adherence and Morality

It’s the age old complaint. The young people are rotting the fabric of society by being lazy, apathetic, and turning away from the contemporary sky dictator. We can see the complaints in the writings of ancient Roman historians, like Tacitus, and they are not less prevalent today. The difference between then and the present, is … Continue reading

What Makes A Good Friend?

Friends are different and unique in their own way.  Although they each have different personality traits and characteristics, there are certain things that a person must possess to be a good friend.  Trust is one of the most important, as a friend you can truly rely is invaluable.  Whether you’re going through a personal crisis … Continue reading

Top Story: Infographic – Feng Shui Bedroom Tips

The principles of Feng Shui are intended to help us live a stress and clutter free life. Few of us have the time, resources or lifestyle to put together an entire house that complies with Feng Shui principles, but if there’s one room where Feng Shui is especially important, it is the bedroom. A Properly … Continue reading

Breaking News: Nicholas Maze’s New Book “Deleting God” Examines How Christian Culture Is Changing

Deleting God: Distractions, Misunderstandings, & Misinterpretations, by author Nicholas Maze, was released on May 21st, 2013.   In Deleting God, Nicholas critiques the state of the modern church and brings attention to the many overlooked issues that exist. He discusses how churches are changing and the reasons why. “Having served as an usher for several … Continue reading

Top Story – Is Religion Relevant In Modern Times?

It seems that many people are losing their faith these days. With more scientific discoveries there are people that feel they need proof that God exists. The number of people going to church is dropping. There are also people who feel that there are so many disasters that it shows that there is no one … Continue reading

I’ll Be Glad When Being Gay Isn’t “Groundbreaking”!

Good for him and it’s also good for the Black community, a community that continues to shun and discourage those who are part of the LGBTQ community. However, I’ll be glad when the day comes that someone being gay or coming out as gay is not major news. I understand why it is major news, … Continue reading

Ask Dangerous Lee: What’s your say on matters of religious delusion?

Name: Theodore Shwantz Email: thebastard@godlessbastard.com Question: Belief in any personal god is mind-numbingly stupid. This all sane people know. What’s your say on matters of religious delusion? Location: Costco I am not a religious woman, so I do not like organized religion of any kind. However, I do have a certain level of respect for … Continue reading

National Poetry Month Spotlight: Imani Marshall-Stephen – Time

Time   My bed is narrow, but fit for a Queen. It carries with it the solitary dreams of a life as full as the ocean wide. My ears ring with laughter loud enough to suppress the lump in my throat my friends call pride. But as the sun beckons me to wake, my outstretched … Continue reading

National Poetry Month Spotlight: Indi Wright – Infinite Hope

Infinite Hope For once in a lifetime I have great expectation Along with confidence No more false hopes Nor empty promises This hope is a trust Transferred the stock From man’s investment Granting sole custody In God I now trust This hope is endless Immeasurable It never runs dry All encompassing A wellspring of joy … Continue reading

Black History Month Spotlight: Dr. Robbin Alston

Name and occupation: Dr. Robbin Alston Psychologist, professor, yogini and author What do you love most about being a Black woman? My rhythm, accomplishments, and history. Who or what inspires you? Healing, cooking and yoga. What advice do you have for other Black women or men? Transcend your painful experience and embrace the richness of … Continue reading

The Golden Rule: How To Apply It To Every Person In Your Life

You do your best to be nice to everyone you encounter, but sometimes you find it hard to do. When you’re struggling to be nice to someone, it’s very important that you remember the golden rule. The golden rule is the mantra in which many people live their lives—treat others as you wish to be … Continue reading

Popular Inspirational Sayings That Are Dead Wrong

- Dreams don’t have an expiration date. They don’t? I say they definitely do get rotten, tho. If you don’t work towards your dream, it dies, and so does a little part of you! – Good things come to those who wait. Really? I don’t thinks so. No one ever had good things come to … Continue reading


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